|Carving out his place in history. Out of his gourd? No, he's in it.
Here’s a story by CNN’s Jeanne Moos to share over Thanksgiving dinner.
Flashback a couple of Mondays ago when a Lebanon, MO-based financial advisor decided to set off on a 39 mile paddle down the mighty Missouri River inside a half ton, home grown pumpkin?
Was he out of his gourd? Actually, quite opposite he was it it. He carved out enough space to spend 11 hours inside his real pumpkin kayak that he boarded and he set out from Kansas City, MO determined to squash all records in his wake. That is if there were Guinness world record pumpkin records to be smashed in the floating 1,200 pound pumpkin division. There is now.
|Paddlin' Steve Kueny in his pumpkin he named Huckleberry
Thanks to Edward Jones financial advisor Steve Kueny 39 miles is the new record for pumpkin paddling.
Happy Thanksgiving from down river Napoleon, MO.